Overwatch’s Winter Wonderland event will return Dec. 11 with a festive Blizzard World

Blizzard's holiday Overwatch celebration begins next week.

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Grab your mittens and scarves. Blizzard’s winter-themed Overwatch event will return next week, the developer announced today.

“Show off your holiday spirit,” Blizzard tweeted from the Overwatch Twitter account. “Overwatch Winter Wonderland returns Dec. 11.” The Winter Wonderland event will run through the new year, until Jan. 2.

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In the Twitter update, Blizzard showed off a festive version of Blizzard World. The Blizzard-themed amusement park is strung up with holiday lights and dusted with snow—just like a few of Overwatch’s other maps that previously got winter refreshes. Blizzard is expected to reveal new winter-themed skins for the annual event, too. Previously, the Overwatch developer has revealed skins in the lead-up to the event. So far, there’s only speculation about one potential new Overwatch skin: Rat King Junkrat. The Junkrat skin appeared on a holiday Overwatch shirt on sale on the Blizzard Gear store, but Blizzard hasn’t confirmed if it’ll make its way in-game.

Other seasonal skins from earlier iterations of Winter Wonderland will also be available at discounted prices.

As for the seasonal brawl, Mei’s Snowball Offensive and Yeti Hunt will likely return—and that’s it. Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan said in October that the team’s been focusing its effort outside of seasonal content, and that fans shouldn’t expect new game modes.